Smokin’ Hot FLOTUS

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Now here’s some bullshit:

IDGAF what Forbes or Jezebel say, Melania Trump is a genuine fashion icon. She would look good in a gunny sack. She would even be gorgeous in one of those hideous outfits that Michelle Obama likes to wear.

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Ivanka is no slouch either:

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It’s gonna be nice having a first family with class and elegance.

On a different topic, we should easily pass 4 million hits today.


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153 Responses to Smokin’ Hot FLOTUS

    • lateblum says:

      It appears Biden’s prophecy has come true. They are back in chains! The only difference is that these idiots put themselves in chains and they are declaring fealty to the Dem plantation.

    • Constance says:

      Very dramatic! But they should be arrested for conducting drama in the middle of the street.

  1. Dora says:

    Still following Hillary around like a little dog. Last night I heard O’Reilly say that we should feel sorry for Huma. While she does look pathetic, I just can’t. I don’t have it in me.

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    Forget something? Newly single Huma Abedin spotted in a sleeveless dress at the inauguration with no coat and no wedding ring
    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4141066/Huma-Abedin-spotted-inauguration-sleeveless-dress.html

    • Lulu says:

      She is a money-grubbing, kissing up kicking down, creep. She wants to be paid by everyone. She needs to go write for her mother’s Sharia “magazine” in Saudi Arabia. WTF was she doing the capitol building skulking around? Who gave her a pass into the building since she is a national security nightmare.

      • taw46 says:

        I saw her when they were showing everyone leaving the Capitol. That was my thought, why is she there? She is not connected with the government in any way, and as you say, she is a security nightmare. I am sure Hillary invited her, which shows her lack of judgement. Or more likely, she doesn’t care and still thinks she is above the law.

    • Lulu says:

      Pill billies don’t vote. But their families watching them die slowly from open border cartel heroin imported into the US by Bronco do. Shit head Bill. Always misses the point.

  2. Crybabies.

    • Lulu says:

      Historically “progressiveism” was a backward retreat in history. It was more and more clearly showing itself as fascism which was backwards not forwards.

    • Jadzia says:

      Frankly, I think the Post has it exactly wrong. What these folks should have learned at some point in the last 8 years is that winning in the political arena doesn’t mean they can never lose again. What goes around comes around, assholes.

    • Constance says:

      I like the fact that Trump is the first President to support Gay Marriage on the day he was inaugurated. Obama opposed it until his second term.

    • lateblum says:

      That’s what I’ve been hearing from other networks, too. I wonder if they have ever needed anything from their country and were told “No. There’s no money for that”. They are so beholden to the democrats they cannot see the gov’t support to other countries has left our own people poor and wanting.
      I wish bronco had taken them all with him and left them in the desert.

  3. Dora says:

    This is a good one. Who knew the Russians had such a sense of humor? 🙂

    • DeniseVB says:

      So Obama didn’t give her and Bill and blanket pardon? Ruh, roh.

      • Mt.Laurel says:

        Rock and hard place.
        Dammed if you do, dammed if you don’t.

        Barry went with the option he thinks is best for him being able to keep his own skin down the road. This may be the reason they were actually able to get her and his gang out of the WH. Hoping no one will want the optics of going after an ex-president.

    • kanaughty says:

      Cold jason 😉

  4. DeniseVB says:

    😀

  5. Somebody says:

    The left is really going to have to jump the shark and twist themselves into pretzels to claim Melania isn’t a fashion icon. In doing so it will lay naked their bias and hatred. Glad to see they are off to a good start. One of the last elements of the media destroying themselves. Good, lay yourself bare, breathe, let the butt hurt flow through you and consume your soul.

    We the people decide what is and is not trendy.

    I thought Melania was classy and gorgeous at the inauguration yesterday. I personally preferred Ivanka’s ball gown, but that’s just me. I liked the gold gown Melania wore the night before better than the cream one last night. She was beautiful, but most women couldn’t pull off that look. Kudos to Karen Pence also, her dress as well as the other Pence womens outfits were made by a group of local women in Indiana. The women worked long hours hand beading. I anticipated seeing their work as much as what the Trump ladies wore.

    • DeniseVB says:

      I wonder which gown Melania will donate to the Smithsonian’s Hall of First Ladies ? Which will be forever next to MO’s chenille bedspread gown and gunboat sized shoes 😀

      • Constance says:

        Of course it will be the cream colored one. It is almost like it was designed for direct comparison with the bedspread dress. The color is nearly the same but the fabric is rich and appropriate for a ball gown and it has an off the shoulder-one shoulder appearance but it has an art look rather than a summer shift look, also the bedspread dress is designed around figure flaws while Melania’s dress clearly will not accommodate any figure flaws.

        • Venus says:

          It isn’t ‘almost like it was designed for direct comparison’ it was exactly designed for direct comparison.
          Nothing the Trumps do is by accident.

    • lateblum says:

      I thought MO went out of her way to look ordinary in order to imply that Trump would interact with only the wealthiest people. She wore dowdy colors and clothes and her hair was severely done as an old fashioned school marm might have worn. Really there was no class demonstrated in her attire. This was an outfit people who were poor wore so that at some point they could re-use the fabric for the children. I really thought it was either that, or an effort to give the spotlight to Melania. You choose the scenario

      • Mt.Laurel says:

        Well the cut of the coat is not that bad and looks good one her other than the fabric. But she has boots on – yet no hat or gloves. Its winter and gloves are one of the best ways to keep chill away and make the hands look good no matter one’s age. Just these slight modifications would have made the outfit look more polished and most likely made her fell more comfortable. Also the coat would look better if the coat collar were closed up on the one side giving it a sharper look for such a special occasion. I have always wondered if her staff is blind, hates her, or if they suggest such things and are rebuked.

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  7. Lulu says:

    Bronco’s last phone call as US president was to the fabulous Merkel. http://www.express.co.uk/news/world/756603/Obama-phone-call-Merkel-White-House She is up for elections this year and let’s see if ShitMidas has struck again.

    • Jadzia says:

      Maybe, if Europe is REALLY lucky, Obama will come over and campaign for her!

      • DeniseVB says:

        I hear Marine La Pen is polling well in France, she’s a Trump fan too !

        • Jadzia says:

          She is, but the election is still a ways away, and the socialist and republican parties (center left and center right) have been willing to set aside their differences in the past specifically to keep her out of power. The primary for the left is tomorrow (the primary for the right was about a month ago).

          Interestingly, I am reading stories about LePen that seem to come right out of the “Trump’s a foreign agent” playbook. From what I can tell, LePen’s party can’t get financing for its campaigns from French banks (they refuse), so supposedly it gets financed by Russian banks. You know how the rest of that story goes.

          • DeniseVB says:

            La Pen was spotted in Trump Tower recently and the lefties captioned it Nazi Party meeting at Trump Tower. We never figured out why she was there.

          • Jadzia says:

            Ugh, I think I saw that. Obviously she was there for the Super Secret Meeting of Russian Stooges.

    • kanaughty says:

      Quick, find someone to run against her!!! Heidi klum?

  8. The Best morning in 8 years! Woke up and obummer is NOT my president! Yay!

  9. Lulu says:

    Grasping for Metaphor, Reporters Flock Burning DC Garbage Can
    https://www.washingtonian.com/2017/01/20/searching-metaphor-reporters-flock-burning-dc-garbage-can/ “There are only so many angles media can derive from a garbage can set on fire as part of an anti-Trump protest: one, exactly. But flooding the zone on the garbage roast—or the vandalism of a few storefronts, also committed by members of the march’s anarchist “black bloc”—is easy.”

    I think we all have come to understand that the US media is a herd and group think is their motto. Their new symbol can be a burning garbage can. The White House should put it on their press passes right next to their names and make them wear it to get into the White House gate.

    • DeniseVB says:

      Oh my, the pussy hats were gathering in my hotel’s lobby to march to their staging area. They think they’re so cool, but I’m keeping my mouth shut. Not pushing my luck not to escape DC alive.

      Yesterday, a nice guy in a Bernie shirt was pamphleting END THE TWO PARTY SYSTEM ! I smiled back and said “Trump already has!” He got pretty mad. Thank goodness I stayed in groups with tall, burly Maga hat wearing men. Not all protesters were violent, but it was a freak show of the Repent-world-ending folks to the ladies carrying signs saying “no man will ever be in charge of me”, not my President! Ya just never know what would make a snowflake snap.

      And yes, the violent protesters seem media encouraged, almost staged. The group in front of the Press Club were outnumbered by cops and national guard who provided a safe space path to the entrance. All you had to do was follow their instructions, easy-peasy. The dork outside, who’s bloodied head went international, didn’t listen to the security peeps and charged one of the protesters. I think his injury was more of an accident than assault.

      Still looking for photos. RSBN seemed to be only livestreaming from the main ballroom, which was only a small portion of the entire 13th floor the event took up. Beautiful and historic venue, I was exploring every nook and cranny and the hundreds of vintage photos of former Presidents on the walls. Spent just a few minutes in the ballroom and just recognized a handfull of bloggers and Martin Schreli (?). He’s a hottie in person, though I’m not a fan, it was politely explained to me by a fan how capitalism works or something.

      I missed Mark Dice and James O’Keefe, but I think because there were so many hot, young women there, they were probably being suffocated inside one of their groupie groups. It was nice to hear Jim Hoft, Gateway Pundit, is getting WH Press Corps credentialed, as are some others. It’s why Trump wants a bigger press room, to accommodate alternative media types. My favorite new friends, a group of ladies wearing ball gowns and Miss Deplorable USA sashes. It was a crazy fun time. Always a guaranteed ice breaker, “Hi, Where are you from?” was the question of the night.

      I need more coffee. Going to make another stealth run to the lobby for my free cuppa. Hope the pussy hat ladies are gone.

      • elliesmom says:

        I should have made you a pussy hat so you could slip past them incognito.

      • votermom says:

        Love hearing about your expedition!

        • DeniseVB says:

          I’m regretting not having a camera phone, then I could do a full Zombie report. But geesh, of the billions of cameras at all the events, still can’t find photos of the crowd at the Monument? Maybe after this weekend when everybody gets home.

      • Mt.Laurel says:

        We saw how prepared they were Thursday afternoon and how they were amping up for evening and the next day so I figured they would outnumber but the problem is the looneys went with stunts that look good on camera.

        My thought was that the MSM knew ahead of time just how those protestors would be distributed and had cameras on hand to catch all those special moments like Miss Meltdown making sure she was being filmed and try and make it look like more that it was – and that they were further away from the real action that the news led people to believe.

        Sorry you had an army of pinky hats in your lobby. There are pinky hat people staying with a couple different neighbors. They arrived yesterday morning and made a noisy fuss at noon as their last ray of Not My President because BO/Hill save them evaporated that was not to be believed. My real kitty cats were not happy campers.

        • DeniseVB says:

          I have been with the pink hats since 7am this morning. Hotel, street and Union Station from noon. A lot never went to the march and just yelled all over the station. I think I can say I freaking marched since I’ve spent more time with them than they have with each other. 😛

    • elliesmom says:

      Once you eliminate all of the women who are pro-life or for limiting the right to abortion, you don’t have anywhere near the majority of women. This isn’t the Women’s March. It’s Some Women’s March. It’s hilarious Pittsburgh has to have two marches because even the number of women they have left after the purge can’t come together for a couple of hours.

  10. DeniseVB says:

    Heh.

  11. Dora says:

    You didn’t really think he was going to go away, did you?

  12. elliesmom says:

    I was a kid just starting to pay attention to what I wore when Jackie Kennedy became First Lady. She was a beautiful woman who wore clothes. They didn’t wear her. She became a trendsetter because the clothes she wore could be worn by women of all shapes, sizes, and ages. I had a shift dress at 10, my 4’10” petite mom wore them, and my taller, fuller figured grandmother wore them. We all looked nice and appropriately dressed. In the next few weeks mid-tier department stores are going to have sheath dresses with short bolero jackets on the racks. They won’t be cashmere, and they won’t all be powder blue, although blue will sell out first. They will look nice on almost every woman who buys one. There were a few things Michelle Obama wore that could have started a “let’s dress like the First Lady” trend, but she always followed them up with something truly awful. I have a friend who insists Michelle always looked beautiful, and no matter what Melania wears her “trashiness” shows through, but although my friend is built a bit like Michelle, there’s nothing in her closet that is anything like she’s worn. I’m already drafting a pattern for the sheath dress and jacket. I have a short neck so I’ll change the collar a bit. 🙂

    • Jadzia says:

      I’m going to provide a SMALL defense of Michelle fashions. I have a Donna Ricco dress in my closet that is still in heavy, heavy rotation (at least once a week when I’m teaching) after something like 6 years; she’s a designer who I first heard of because of, yep, Michelle Obama. My dress was, IIRC, under a hundred bucks, it’s a nice modest knee-length, with an empire waist, and it is incredibly flattering with any kind of shoe.

      I wish I could wear a sheath dress, but they only look even marginally acceptable if I starve myself for a few weeks beforehand. : (

      • mothy67 says:

        I thought michelle looked great in sporty everyday clothes. She has an athletic build. Haute couture looked forced. Melania was a supermodel. She wears that stuff like a second skin. How did Ivanka become so classic? She exudes dignity. Echoes a time of class and polite society. Her mom was the inspiration for Patsy on AbFab. Love The Donald but he is over the top.

        • Jadzia says:

          I agree–Michelle had some good casual looks and the evening clothes that flattered her the most were those with simple lines and bold colors. Not froufrou.

        • Constance says:

          There are a couple of dresses Michelle looked good in, one is a recent photo in a black ball gown and there is a red ball gown she looked good in. But why did she ever go with the bed spread dress and then put it on display?!

      • elliesmom says:

        Once you hit the amount of fabric you need for wearing ease, the more fabric you add, the bigger you look. A solid color sheath dress with details that balance her shoulders and her hips, create vertical lines, and draw the eye up to her face is the most flattering style any woman who isn’t exceptionally wide in the hips compared to her shoulders can wear. For those women, an A-line skirt balances her at the hem instead. The longer the skirt, unless it goes to the floor, the wider she looks, but she looks “balanced’. Michelle Obama’s red outfit yesterday fits into that mode. It was longer than she usually wears, which is why she looked a bit dowdy. Full skirts hide hips, but they don’t make a woman look taller and thinner. Taller and thinner isn’t always the most important consideration when we’re choosing an outfit, but most women don’t complain when it’s the end result. When my daughter was a toddler, I was bored and said I was going to sign up for a pattern drafting class. I meant at the local vocational school, but my husband signed me at the SAIC as a surprise. I only took the one class, but it changed the way I looked at clothes forever.

        • Jadzia says:

          I thought that the biggest problem with Michelle’s dress yesterday (the one that was kind of a dark reddish-brown color) was that the length was super unflattering. Like the same cut, but knee length, even would have looked better.

          • Constance says:

            And hems are easy to fix so why on earth do these public women who know their photo will be taken not have a fitting and alterations? I mean men have their suits practically custom made and fitted.

      • MirandaB says:

        My problem with Michelle Obama’s clothes/appearance was how the media kept gushing over it and insisting she was the best dressed/best looking first lady EVER and if you didn’t think so, you were racist. I never cared about a first lady’s clothes, but after all the hype, I’d look at the dress and think “That isn’t actually pretty.”

        I liked the cut on Ivanka’s ball dress, but could have lived without all the glitter.

        • Jadzia says:

          I totally agree about the hype. I would have liked MO a LOT better if I hadn’t had to hear for 8 years that she was the most glamorous woman in the land.

          • It’s like when somebody has a homely kid spend a fortune getting pics taken and entering the kid in pageants. Like that baby in Seinfeld.

          • You don’t want to be rude and say “You got an ugly baby” but they keep showing pictures and telling you about the latest pageant and asking your opinion.

          • blowme0bama says:

            Wife and I just had this conversation this morning. She can’t help how she looks, it’s her attitude that she’s to blame for. However, it is the way MSM tried, and apparently succeeded in many cases, to brainwash people to disregard what they were seeing with their own eyes that makes her appearance such a lightning rod for derision.

        • Constance says:

          Some of the stuff Michelle wore was just OMG! bad. She looked like the clothes wore her or like a fashion victim. Like she was suckered into wearing some misogynist gay guy’s art project (yes, some gay men are misogynists) I remember the over the knee black boots and too short skirt for church or any woman her age. Those images are just burned into my brain.

      • Constance says:

        Very true. I love Melania’s column dress and my first wedding dress was shaped like that, I was 19, 5’9″ and 120pounds and I wore it with ballet slippers because I can’t walk in heels. There is not a chance in hell I could wear that style now. But I feel like Melania’s dress was designed as a piece of art to hang forever in a museum next to the bedspread dress. I still can’t believe Michelle chose that dress and then didn’t have it cut down before she donated it to hang forever in a museum.

  13. votermom says:

    Remember how Pussy Riot protested Putin (and he threw their skanky booties in jail?)
    PRESIDENT TRUMP will have the yugest pussy riot ever!
    Get the water cannon ready!

  14. Some CNN freak calling Trump’s speech “dark”. Saying he didn’t reach out to the other side.
    It would be funny. Except many of the low info folks who never saw or read it will believe them.
    😢

    • Dora says:

      I would like to ask one of these wackos which country should come first, if not America? I’d just like to hear an answer from these complainers.

    • votermom says:

      President Trump’s speech too divisive, say people boycotting and/or protesting his inauguration.

    • DeniseVB says:

      What other side? BLM, OWS, Street Gangs? Divisive people on the left who would hate any Republican President even if it were Mother Theresa? Nah. The people on the mall yesterday loved every word of that speech since it’s finally a voice that speaks and cares for them too.

      • lateblum says:

        There is a saying, “You dance with the one that brung you.” These are the people he first addressed. Then he spoke of unity and of everyone – no matter the color or creed- opening their eyes and seeing the same night sky and bleeding the same red blood and honoring the same American flag.
        I’m already sick of the “us v. them” rhetoric.
        The same people who admonished me for my feelings about bronco bama, and urged me to “give him a chance”, are the ones who are the loudest against DJT. And they are the same against Trump’s supporters. 😥

        • AFVet says:

          They see their control slipping away and it terrifies them.
          Watching the confirmation hearings it becomes blatantly obvious that they realize all of the programs that they have instituted and maintained for decades are in jeopardy.
          And to see the republicans actually push back on their childish attempts to malign the candidates character is truly a beautiful thing to behold.

      • foxyladi14 says:

        AMEN!!!

      • kanaughty says:

        Let’s face it, they would have found different angles with the same conclusion that any repub candidate was going to be hitler. Even their beloved globalist kasich. They’d say, well he’s from the rust belt, so he can’t relate to our east coast and west coast values. That’s not very inclusive = he’s intolerant of other views. And it would snowball from there. They’d even call rubio or cruz or carson racists simply because they don’t count since they are republicans. It is sickening because we know this is what they would have done no matter who won nomination. And carly, they’d do the palin thing and say she’s stupid so doesn’t count eventhough she was a respected business leader.

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  17. The freak-out continues.

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  19. mothy67 says:

    Waiting for ground reports from my closest friend. She is doing the pussy hat. It will be interesting to see how she reacts over the coming weeks. Her husband is prepping for a run. Not sure if today is something she feels adament about or if its calculated political theater. I don’t think a lot of those with viable political aspirations know how to react right now. Get a sense that there is frustration with the NY/CA Coastal ites that don’t need white working class. Her hubby has worked at the Hague and Manhattan DA’s office. Everything was lined up. Along comes The Donald. Nationally dims seem to be doubling down that hurts locally. I think they are smart enough to lay low and see what Trump does without buying into hollywood hysteria. I don’t really get the draw of a political career. Financially its not a dream. Three kids in private school with college down the road. Private practice pays way better.

  20. mothy67 says:

    Since Proud Military Mom is here shouldn’t our favorite gun toting Texas RN armed with scathing wit make a guest appearance. Forget her screen name. Her twitter handle was something like keep calm and draw. Very pithy woman.

  21. Dora says:

    • It is astounding how far out of touch these jackasses are.
      The American people want the end of this domestic terrorism.
      And of course President Trump used the phrase “radical Islamic terrorism!” They’re all fainting with hysteria.
      Political correctness is dead. Thank God.

    • taw46 says:

      Funny that, Rachel, I found the last 8 years “militant and dark”.

  22. AFVet says:

    Betsy DeVos is one of Trump’s nominees that the left is rabid against being confirmed.
    This could shed some light as to why.

  23. votermom says:

    Oh, what should we replace our countdown with?

  24. taw46 says:

    I watched all of the events yesterday. Because I wanted to enjoy every minute of it, I mostly ignored Twitter. Last night after the Balls, I took a peek. The progs outdid themselves with the hatred. They ridiculed the size of the crowds, Melania’s blue dress at the Inauguration, the “white” grandchildren, you name it. But what was the most upsetting were the number of Tweets attacking Barron. A 10 yr old boy. I only wish the American public could see that bullying. If they could, the Dems would not win a National election for a long time to come.

    • votermom says:

      I suspect Dems are attacking Barron precisely because he is so cute and winsome. He’s like a gangly puppy right now.
      They hate anything that “humanizes” Trumphitler.
      So evil.

  25. Dora says:

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  26. DandyTIger says:

    It’s a great day in America.

  27. lyn says:

    http://www.bookwormroom.com/2017/01/20/trump-speech-judeo-christian/

    Trump won in significant part because he is the un-Obama. From the start, he has been a politician who, rather than playing at being a god or demi-god, gave voice to the people. While I’m not normally a Peggy Noonan fan (she’s too gauzy and sentimental a writer for me, plus she was initially bamboozled by Obama’s mini-deification), she’s on to something here (bolded emphasis mine):

    “The inaugural address was utterly and uncompromisingly Trumpian. The man who ran is the man who’ll reign. It was plain, unfancy and blunt to the point of blistering. A little humility would have gone a long way, but that’s not the path he took. Nor did he attempt to reassure. It was pow, right in the face. Most important, he did not in any way align himself with the proud Democrats and Republicans arrayed around him. He looked out at the crowd and said he was allied with them.
    [snip]
    “Normally a new president has someone backing him up, someone publicly behind him. Mr. Obama had the mainstream media—the big broadcast networks, big newspapers, activists and intellectuals, pundits and columnists of the left—the whole shebang. He had a unified, passionate party. Mr. Trump in comparison has almost nothing. The mainstream legacy media oppose him, even hate him, and will not let up. The columnists, thinkers and magazines of the right were mostly NeverTrump; some came reluctantly to support him. His party is split or splitting. The new president has gradations of sympathy, respect or support from exactly one cable news channel, and some websites.
    “He really has no one but those who voted for him.”

    Put another way, Trump is a man, not a God. Thankfully, his supporters do not worship him. Instead, they recognize that he is, and knows he is, a man among men — decidedly imperfect, but striving, and determined to serve his fellow man. What a refreshing change from the President who would be God. And what a perfect form of leadership for a nation that, at the end of the day, still functions within the Judeo-Christian tradition.

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  31. NBD says:

    In other news, a bunch of angry, ugly bitc#es show up in DC to scream about how unfair it is that Trump is president. I’m torn between thinking that we should just ignore them and wanting to see someone slap some sense into these entitled, whiny, useless things.

  32. foxyladi14 says:

    Doing the Happy Dance!! 😀

  33. CiscoKid says:

    Well folks, howdy.
    Nursing a hangover, my fault of course, stayed up to watch the festivities.
    Iv gone thru all the posts today and am now up to speed.
    It doesn’t take an oracle to make this prediction, but as we saw yesterday and today not a day, hour will pass with continued attacks on President, I love that, President Trump.
    Anything he does or says, not counting fake news.
    I don’t think I’m over stating, I can’t get Shakespeare’s band of brothers line, for indeed President Trump supporters have shed blood.
    Attacked at his rallies women and men chased by thugs and beaten.
    Remember that senior citizen that was pulled from his car and beaten by 3, yea it took 3 , merely because he had a Trump sticker on his car?
    So you band of unredeemable deplorables, stand together, stand strong.
    God bless President Trump Vice-President Pence The United States of America and each and everyone here at TCH.🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸

  34. DandyTIger says:

    Great article by Sarah Hoyt about being triggered by WH website being changed among other things. Read the whole thing. Some fun highlights:

    …“The beauty of taking language at its root is to realize grammatically “men and the male pronoun” are different from having the genitalia of the male sex.  Very progressive of the language after all, to realize you couldn’t list every single gender, orientation and idea of self, and there was no point it it, really. This thing of taking offense at the structure of a language is a thing of “rich privilege.”  You are rich beyond the dreams of your ancestors, and you’ve come up with little hobbies.  Like claiming the language oppresses you.  We get it.  But understand that even the Founding Fathers couldn’t understand how wealthy and bored you’d be.”

    …“Did you really think you could make everyone else into a victim deserving of reparations and love, and keep “White cismales” as the perennial bad guy?  And not make them aware they’re also a group, they’re by and large unjustly accused, and they will realize the power they wield and form their own movement?  Be glad right now it’s just the wounded fringe, and the majority of people in America, whatever their color, still trusts our form of government, still wants rule of law and a “fair go” as the Austrians say, and simply want someone who doesn’t actively hate America at the helm.”

  35. We’re just over 150 hits away from 4 million. I posted this to The_Donald. Hope it helps. 🙂

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